gun pressure

gun pressure

[′gən ‚presh·ər]
(ordnance)
Pressure within a gun tube or barrel, as used in design practices.
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Different guns have different gun pressure effects, highlighting the different experience of each weapon.
The Wash-Saveris a fixed, multiple gun pressure wash down system using Cat Pumps' high pressure plunger pumps in combination with a sophisticated variable speed controlled motor arrangement and control panel.
Plus, the gun pressure forces the caulk deeper into the gap for better holding power and sealing.
Or 8-gauge powder charged blanks, or light-charged smokeless powder shot shells so as not to exceed these early gun pressures? Blackpowder loaded shot shells?
The gun feels heavy but it's perfectly balanced and is very well built to handle the heaviest safe six gun pressures. The fiat-top is a beautiful job and a Micro rear target sight is set down flush with the top rear of the flat top frame making a most pleasing outline as well as low sights.
As a result, fill gun pressures often are adjusted to optimize the fill process for a given set of conditions, stopping the defects from forming.